The level 1 Award in Computerised Accounting and Business is mainly targeted for the beginners who interested to perform the accounting activities. This will qualification will help the students to gain knowledge regarding introduction to computerized accounting software and also how to use double entry book keeping software. The learner can explore the knowledge in bookkeeping and understand the basics of banking procedures.
Learners must achieve all 9 credits from Group M.
Total Qualification Time TQT is 90
Guided Learning Hours (GLH) are 48
|QCF unit no||Skillsfirst unit no||Unit title||Credit|
|A/507/8053||CAB25||Using a computerised accounting application||5|
|T/507/8052||CAB2||Introduction to book-keeping||1|
|R/507/8060||CAB3||Working within book-keeping||2|
Learner must complete four mandatory units to gain 9 credits which will acquire through self-assessment test and a final online assessment which can be attempt at your own home at your convenient time.
After the successful completion of the qualification you could progress onto any of the following:
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